Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 21, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 21, 1948
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f. JANUARY 21, IM81 THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. n" Officers londay Night. Spier, No, 238, Order Stnr, installed its or 1948 Monday eve- fig officer was Mrs. ass! with Mrs. L, O. billing marshal; Mrs. ftalling chaplain, and falter, installing or- i to the forthcom— nlversary on March chapter's founding In this appeared {uebner, Mrs. Burr llenn Jarmes, Mrs. and Mrs. Victor ing two songs, one here's a Long, Long jfe've Gone a Long During the eve- ig officer present- C. Sebastian, wor- irith a corsage ol ||nstalled were Mrs. iastian, worthy ma- §l;,ChristofTerson, wor- "«. John F. Sawvelle, a; Arbe Behrens, as:. A. C. Webster, line Staadt, treasur- Jamcs, conductress; ;Christofferson, as- ess; Mrs. Alice Mil- Irs. W. L. Bruce, Leonard W. Casten, Ernest Overland, ith Waters, Ruth; Dresser, Esther; •icke, Martha; Mrs. Electa; Mrs. Lee iter; A. C. Webster, Eileen Schultz Marries Appleton, Wis., Man. t~MJfi s . Eileen V. Sch'ultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schultz, Ossian, became the bride of Robert E. McGilligan, son of Mrs, Thomas W. McGilligan, Appleton, Wis., Saturday morning at St. Francis de Sales rectory in Ossianj The ceremony was read "try~HTr Rev. Msgr. M. J. Thiltgen. Attendants for the couple were Miss Rosina Bonfig, Ossian, bridesmaid, and Marvin Wiggins, Appleton, best man. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the bridal party and immediate families' t^at the home of the bride's parents. A reception was held during the afternoon. The bride "was graduated from Postville high school and the Universal Business institute, Kansas City. She also attended the Layton Art school at Milwaukee, Wis. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Appleton high school, is a veteran of World war II. Upon their return from a wedding trip to Florida, the couple will live in Appleton where the bridegroom has a business. Itasons Install Officers t Meetilg on Tuesday. m Brotherly Xove Lodge. No. 204, F ft A Upheld their installation 2 * officer* Tuesday evening. ThOM llMtplled were Boyd B. Smer, *orihipful master; Arthur Palu •enfor warden; Keith Wars junior warden; A. C. Webster, "retard Ls0. Beucher, treasurer; —tie Turner,^senior deacon; Elmer .„ nder Junbrjdeacon: Donald Mar- nb idale senior steward; Lloyd hroedcr. Junior steward; W. L. Hi"™ •- llVuxiliary To Meet. Ihe American Legion Auxiliary Arthur F-SBrandt Post, No. 518, pel 11 meet Wednesday, January 28, fia ' 2:90 p. at the home of Mrs. '7 J WJttnr^V with Mrs. Winfield PQtiaU /'as assistant hostess, lbers •are requested to bring e dOBHpNiome-made cookies lleh wijt£tw>;sent to the Veterans Cllity lli%noxville. Hr. and ttjn. W. L. Meyer had as sir six o'jcjiock dinner guests at lir hosn* Sunday evening Mr. and «. A. C Webster, Mr. and Mrs. onard W. ^Casten and Mr. and *. Sdgar C. Riser. IS Honor .Mrs. John Brandt At Shower on Tuesday. About fifty relatives and friends attended an afternoon and evening shower, given in honor of Mrs. John Brandt Tuesday, January 13, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandt. The shower was attended by Mrs. Robert Brandt, Mrs. Walter Brandt, Miss Marlus Engelhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schroeder of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preus of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Huckstedt and family of Farmersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Radloff of Monona, and Mrs. Will Kugel, Mrs. Mary Heins, Mrs. Albert Hilmer, Mrs. Henry Lawson, Mrs. Faye Wickham and children. Mrs. Henjry Paulsen, Mrs. David Meyer, Mrs. Ed Jones, Mrs. Charles Schutte, Mrs. Emil Schultz, Mrs. Lloyd Schultz, Mrs. Peter Meland, Mrs. Alton Staff, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Arlean Olson, Mrs. George Eder and family, Mrs. Ruby Peckham of Postville. Mrs. Brandt received many gifts, after which a luncheon was served to the group. Music Papers Read at Club of thef Hour Meeting. Club of the Hour met Monday evening, January 12, at the home of Mrs. Mack Peterson with seventeen members present. Roll call • was answered with "Current Event in Music." The following program was given: "Story of Musical Instruments," by Mrs. Everett Cook, and "Latin American Music," by Mrs. Glenn Jarmes. A business meeting was held and the meeting was adjourned. The next club meeting will be held January 26 at the home of Mrs. Laurence Hofer. 1 1»if YOUR CHOICE OOVER *®. The Aimer Amundsons Given Farewell Party. Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Amundson who last week moved from the Dr. Jerdee farm south qf Postville to the Casten farm, were tendered a surprise farewell party by neighbors and friends last Sunday evening. A potluck dinner, brought by the guests, was^ served. The Casten farm had been tenanted by the Einer Borness family, who have moved to a farm on R. 2, Decorah. Those present at the Amundson farewell party wore Mr. and Mrs. Amundson and Kathleen and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carlson, Dean, Gwen and Rex, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambeer, Joyce, Rita, Nancy and Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer, Edward, David and Michael. The Lavern Brewer family were unable to attend because of illness. i Attend Silver Wedding Of Minnesota Relatives. • The following friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mohs of Owatonna, Minn., were in that city Saturday to attend that couple's silver wedding anniversary, returning home Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd, Mrs. Anna Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mohs, Mrs. Joe Harnack and Mrs. John Sebastian. KNIT HAS ADVANTAGES FOR CHILD'S CLOTHING Knitwear deserves greater use in children's clothing, says Lucille Rea, Iowa State College clothing specialist. Its elasticity, making it fit closely yet allowing for plenty of freedom of action, and its lack of bulkiness are real advantages. Its insulating properties provide extra warmth in winter. Yet cotton knitwear, because of its porousness, is comfortable in summer also. Knit clothing has its advantages for mother too. Its ease for laundering is a real point in its favor. Knit clothes may be washed and folded away with no ironing. While knit may not last, as long as woven material, its durability has improved in recent years. Small breaks or tears in ready-to- wear garments usually do not lead to runs. Wool jersey is ideal for wear inside a shower-proof cotton outdoor suit on cold days, Miss Rea points out. Adding wool jersey sweaters under a light snow suit simplifies dressing to the weather. Snow clothes of this kind are easier to keep clean than wool suits, too. Many an old knit garment—a dust-stained jersey blouse, a shrunken suit of underwear, or a sweater cast aside—has ^possibilities, suggests Miss Rea, for useful makeovers for the children. Quarterly Financial Statement of the — INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT POSTVILLE, IOWA For the Quarter Ending December 31, 1947 GENERAL FUND Balance on hand Sept. 30, 1947, (Overdraft) $ 2,660.61 Revenue Receipts this Quarter: District Tax': 13,629.36 Semi-Annual Apportionment 191.25 Transportation 4,028.50 1 v State Aid 3,400.61 Miscellaneous 186.85 Total to be Accounted for....$18,775.96 Regular Salaries— Teachers, Janitors, etc $16,784.56 List of Warrants Issued 10,149.19 Overdraft for Quarter Ending Dec. 31, 1947 $ 8,157.79 Warrants Issued During Quarter Ending December 31, 1947: Burr Cook $3,200.00 Farmers Telephone Co 35.33 Iowa Old Age and Survivors Insurance System 81.62 Laurence Hofer 42.78 John K. Madsen 67 .85 Postville.Herald 63.50 Victor Ruckdaschel 41.56 Central Battery and Electric Co 12.21 Chandler's 11.00 C. F. Cody Co 19.43 K. T. Cook 20.40 Dodd Mead & Co 3.54 D. S. Wynne Co 4.65 Eco, Inc 13.06 Educational Music Bureau.. \16.54 Hoth Bros. Hardware '46.48 Holley School Supply Co 55.98 Frye Manufacturing Co 27.54 Grace Chemical Co ,1.73 Louis L. Hill 76.06 Henry Holt & Company 3.38 H. & W. Motor Express Co. 9.73 Klipto Loose Leaf Co 15.19 Iowa Pupils Reading Circle 73.57 Lyon & ,Healy 24.49 J. S. Latta & Son 20.23 Metropolitan Supply Co 228.58 National Geographical Society 5-00 National Farm Book Co 2.95 North Central Association.... 7.50 F. A. Owen Publishing Co... 1.80 Pink Supply Co 26.64 Pratt Paper Co 100.76 Reniers 35.00 Royal Typewriter Co 441.98 Benj. H. Sanborn-& Co 7.88 Scott Foresman & Co 44.89 Chas. Scribner's Sons 1.42 Shanks Jewelry and Music Store 87 Standard Duplicating Machine Co 193.80 John R. Thorson 29.00 George L. Westcot Co 27.02 H. W. Wilson Co 7.05 Vonnegut Hardware Co 2.07 Doane Agricultural Service 15.00 Activity Fund 236.72 Americana Corporation 5.00 Brabbit-Taylor Music Co 22.07 Casten Oil Co 4.04 Chas. T. Branford Co 1.64 A. C. Webster, Agent 29.24 Chicago. Rock Island & Pa- cificR. R 364.66 Postville State Bank 4.68 Interstate Power Co 189.39 Churchill Manufacturing Company 4.00 C. C. Birchard & Co 50.12 M. H. Goede 900 Ginn & Company 10.44 Harper & Bros 1.58 Iowa State College 5.59 Ideal Pictures Corp 11.33 Maplewood Bookbindery .... 60.86 Pigott Supply Co 15.08 •J. E. Portor Corp 10.80 i SUPER VALUES THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY JANUARY 22, 23 and 24 7ft« Hoover Trlplm-Aclion C/eaner with exclusive "Positive Agitation" (it b** it it cltmrnt*) cleans easier, faster, more efficiently. Keeps jrour rugs clean and prolongs their life. Cleaning tools plug in instantly. Model 28—$49.95. Cleaning tools—$!*.0(X ' Hoover Cy/fedbr Chtmtr ./powerful suction. New idea [[{disposal—the Dirt Ejector, nds never touch the dirt or the : press toe release and dirt ut. No stooping to attach ting tools. Handle on top, i end make it easy to carry ... Complete with [ tools, including cer and -$79.30. i; is Schutte & Sons Furniture Stock In Northeastern Iowa STANDBY 46 ounce cans— 6 Cans 12 Cans Grapefruit Juice $1.19 $2.37 Blended Juice 1.52 2.99 Orange Juice 1.52 2.99 TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, 20 for _ 47c SnoBoy Boxed Delicious Apples, box $3.89 Bushel Idaho Winesaps, per basket. $3.89 Head Lettuce, large heads, each 15c Carrots, 2 large bunches for 29c Radishes, large bunch for_______ 5c Standby Tomatoes, No. 2 can Standby Cream Corn, No. 2 can Standby Whole Kernel Corn, No. 2 can Standby Sweet Peas, No. 2 can ALL FOUR C?ANS i 83c PILLSBIJRY FLOUR, 50 Poung Bag for only. $4*59 (Flour Market is up again!) The Farmers Store • R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 Farmers Cooperative Society Huebner's Richards Music Mart Gordon Lawson Row Peterson & Co Louis Schutte & Sons S. & H. Sport •&. Athletic Equipment Co Victor Animatograph Mrs. Boyd Turner Wilcox & Follett Co E. H. Block Fred A. Schultz Koevenig's Store Craft Cochran W. F. L. Drum Co Bray Studios, Inc Cascade Paper Co Leo ChristofFerson Home Oil Co John L. Gregg & Sons Lumber Company Wheeler Publishing Co Kansas City Sporting Goods Company J. E. Porter Corp D. J. Nystrum & Co Prentice Hall, Inc Western Chemical Co George L. Westcott W. M. Welch Manufacturing Company Irene Rogers C. S. Hammond & Co Coast-To-Coast Store Coe-Palm Biological Supply House : Acme Chemical Co. Bureau of Visual Instruction Bureau of Educational Re- sGsrch • Arlington Seating Co Beckley Cardy Co Armstrong's Sport Shop Ed C. Schroeder Ed. J. Oldag Postville Lumber Co Ted Anderson Town of Postville Paul Sonnkalb 473 .10 3.57 2.2G 41.50 24.71 69.06 11.50 9.22 3.50 3.16 40.00 75.30 3.94 21.64 2.46 3.35 3.95 8.00 .75 39.84 1.01 12.12 6.20 10.11 8.87 71.24 32.74 20.10 7.00 4.03 5.49 9.88 49.10 8.92 67.53 18.50 28.85 26.83 29.75 105.55 38.24 1,193.15 83.08 1,27.1.79 I, Keith Gray, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the Quarter ending December 31, 1947. KEITH GRAY, Secretary. Honey that has crystallized can be liquefied by warming the container in moderately hot water. Every new -Roper Gas Range is equipped with a special oven burner that will perform at low temperatures. See this and other special Roper features at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville... OVERSEAS. Mike Dunn, Malvern dog raiser, received his first order, from overseas recently, shipping two German short haired pups by air express to a firm in Honolulu. TIRE SPECIALS! U. S. Royal - Firestone - Goodrich 6.00 x 16 Takeoff $11.95 PLUS TAX _ * . • SEE THE U. S. AIR RIDE THE NEW LOW-PRESSURE TIRE NOW ON DISPLAY Falb Motor & Implement Company Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa Safe A REAL BLIZZARD OF BARGAINS What a relief to be snowed under by SAVINGS instead of by bills. And savings are what you get—bigger and better savings, and many of them—at our once-a-year WHITE FOODS SALE. A Blizzard of Bargains featuring a host of those good-tasting, good-for-you foods that are white in color. Yes indeed—we're taking prices for a sleighride and you'll discover that it's as easy as coasting down hill to get the best for less at HAROLD'S—the complete food store where your money .always buys more. . . . FLOUR ROBIN HOOD All Purpose MILK BORDEN'S EAGLE BRAND 27c RICE LONG GRAIN POLISHED 2 lbs. 37c SWIFTNING lb. 49 Economy Meat Values Meaty Pork Neck Bones 25c Bacon Square*, lb. :55c Pork Liver, pound 39c Meaty Beef Boil, pound 39c Bacon, per pound 79c Fresh Oysters, pint 89c Grocery Bargains Oyster Crackers, lb. 25c Oranges, dozen 39c Grapefruit, dozen 39c Monarch Coffee, lb. 51c Swerl, pkg. 29c Pancake Flour, 5 lb. 49c HAROLD'S CASH MARKET) PHONfc ill POSTVILLE

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